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Patriarch Patronus

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

The first time I met my future (and current) husband, we were amazed by how parallel our lives had been up to that point in time. Both of our fathers had been in the Army when we were born; hence, we were both born outside of our home country (Texas), on foreign (Yankee) soil. Both […]

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Practicing in Public

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

I experienced stage fright tonight for the first time that I can remember. I guess I was lucky that way. Here’s the story and what I learned about writing from bombing a choir try-out. Our new worship minister decided to have solo “try-outs” for our praise team. Not that we’d get kicked off the team […]

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Walking on the Moon with Pinterest

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

Inspiration can come from anywhere; all an author has to do is stay “tuned in” to capture those ideas, those kernels, that form the nucleus of a new story. I’m a visually-oriented person, and a large percentage of my ideas come to me through things I see. Art, photos, TV, movies, and real life supply […]

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My Next Fifty Years

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

  Listening to Tim McGraw sing his song, “My Next Thirty Years,” made me stop and consider my future. In his song, he implies that he’s just turned thirty. Given that I’ve crossed the Human Date Line of fifty years, I’ve decided to look ahead to my next fifty years. See? I do listen to […]

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The Music Matters

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

When you’re writing, the music matters. You authors know what I’m talking about. Something about my creative process demands music. Not pop, rap, R&B, country, or rock ‘n roll. I love that music, too, but only in my off time. Lyrics cloud my mind and crowd onto the page. So, no lyrics allowed while I’m […]

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